Cisco Connected Rail At-a-Glance

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Greater Safety, Mobility, and Efficiency

Connected Rail solution was developed by a transportation focused engineering team to address the needs and outcomes of a modernizing transit agency. In short, it is a set of validated reference architectures, design documentation, and implementation guides that were also co-created with global rail industry stakeholders. The solution is comprised of the appropriate data center, wired and wireless networking, security, software and services necessary to enable the most demanding rail applications. Further, Cisco Connected Rail consists of three primary systems Cisco Connected Train, Connected Trackside, and Connected Station. Through proven and well-established standards based technologies, Cisco Connected Rail solutions maximize implementation success and significantly reduce installation risk, cost and deployment time.

Cisco Connected Rail Helps You:

  • Lower operating expenses and simplify maintenance by consolidating multiple singlepurpose applications onto one converged, open-standards IP network, and by taking advantage of predictive capabilities that can recommend improvements in advance
  • Increase ridership through onboard Wi-Fi, on-demand entertainment services, and passenger information displays
  • Enhance passenger and employee safety with improved video surveillance, automated compliance measures, and other automated systems that reduce human error and related mishaps
  • Deploy new services with high-speed train-to-trackside wireless infrastructure
  • Generate more revenue with greater advertising capabilities, increased ridership, and more station and trackside businesses

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